Stage 13: Tour de France 2024 Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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106.8 mi
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6,269 ft
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Climbs, cols, and côtes of Stage 13 (Flat):
Côte de Blachon (Cat 4)
Côte de Simarcourbe (Cat 4)

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2024 TOUR DE FRANCE STAGE 13:  Flat

172 km (107 mi)  / 1,911 m (6,269’)

AGEN>PAU - July 12

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STANDINGS AFTER STAGE 1 (June 29)

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STAGE 13 DETAILS AND STATISTICS

  • Location: Nouvelle-Aquitaine
  • Distance: 172 kilometers / 107 mile
  • Altitude Gained: 1,911 meters  / 6,269’’
  • Percentage Grade:
  • 46% (79 kilometers / 49 miles) descent
  • 48% (83 kilometers /51 miles) 0-5%
  • 6% (11 kilometers / 7 miles) 5-10%
  • Steepest: All the steepest segments are on Col du Grand Colombier
  • 500 meters 7.9% / ¼ mile 8.1%
  • 1 Kilometer 7.5% / 1 mile 6.8%
  • Highest Point on the Route: 336 meters / 1,104’
  • Lowest Point on the Route: 45 meters / 148’

COMMENTS FROM RACE DIRECTOR CHRISTIAN PRUDHOMME - STAGE 13:

“The Lot-et-Garonne serves up some lovely balcony roads early in the stage, when the formation of the breakaway will be closely monitored by the sprinters’ teams, who will have studied the route carefully. If they judge their effort correctly, they won’t be caught out by the day’s escapees. However, amidst the hilly terrain approaching the finish, the Blachon and Simacourbe climbs could pose a problem for those sprinters who don’t feel comfortable in the hills.” (Tour de France Stage 13).